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IF... Series presents Kim Anderson: Creating Indigenous Feminist Space

***This event takes place in THINC Lab, Library Room 280***

Speaker: Kim Anderson

In this talk, Dr. Anderson will discuss how she has been engaged in embodied place-making with Indigenous women in campus in the Guelph and Waterloo region. As a founding member of the Kika'ige Historical Society (with Lianne Leddy and Brittany Luby) Dr. Anderson has engaged in two performance art pieces in response to the "fathers of confederation" and Canada 150 events. She will show films and share art work out of these and other events as a starting place to theorize Indigenous feminist embodiment and place in an era of reconciliation.

Date:
Thursday, September 27, 2018
Time:
3:30pm - 5:00pm
Campus:
McLaughlin Library
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